New renderings have been revealed for a seven-story mixed-use development at 419 4th Street in Oakland’s Jack London Square neighborhood. Updated designs for the six-story extension introduce a beam and column grid that complements the preserved ‘Noodle Factory’ facade. Lowney Architecture is the project architect.
Articles by Andrew Nelson
The Draft Environmental Impact Report has been published for the South Campus expansion of Head-Royce, a selective private K-12 school in Oakmore, Oakland. The proposal would expand the campus size, nestled in the Oakland Hills, from 14-acres to 22-acres and increase the educational capacity of the institution by over three hundred students. Skidmore, Owings, & Merrill is responsible for the master plan and architecture.
New foundation permits have been filed for the proposed residential tower at 2015 Telegraph Avenue in Downtown Oakland. Now named X Oakland, the building will rise 18 stories to add 114 new homes a block away from the 19th Street Oakland BART Station. The property is now being developed by X Company, a Chicago-based co-working real estate developer.
Development permits have been filed for a proposed new warehouse at 3600 Alameda Avenue, located by the tidal canal separating Oakland and Alameda. The project will rise 51 feet high to yield 427,600 square feet of floor area. Indianapolis-based Duke Realty is responsible for the application.
Construction is expected to begin soon for 1500 S Street, a six-story mixed-use development in Downtown Sacramento. After $59 million has been secured, developers are expected to add 137 new homes to the city. Anthem Properties is responsible for the development.